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7 Etiquette Tips for Parents of Little-Leaguers
04/25/2017

Major League Baseball (MLB) hosted Opening Day 2017 the first week of April, as per annual tradition. Opening Day marks the day on which professional baseball leagues begin their regular season. Little Leagues across the country, however, host their own opening day festivities throughout the month of April. There’s really nothing cuter…

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Take Our Summer Camp Survey!
03/17/2017

Would you rather see Simone Biles as your child's camp counselor, or Lady Gaga? We're sharing a fun survey to gain new insights about how you make decisions regarding the summer camp your child attends. Please take a moment to help us learn more about your family's summer camp research and…

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Toddlers Do Not Make Good Flowergirls
12/14/2012

I understand that having a flower girl in one's wedding is a tradition that dates back to early Greek and Roman times (really, I'm not making this up) and is meant to scatter some type of flower or grain to represent fertility or eternal love or something... However, it seems to…

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In the Bag
12/05/2012

Before you hit the road this holiday season, consider packing a Kids' Activity Bag. Yes, it's one more thing for your list, but it will definitely be worth the effort. With a whopping four successful road trips under my belt, I feel like I’ve achieved a higher rank from these…

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Kids, Choices and Guilt
11/16/2012

When your child is hurt, your heart breaks. When you think your child might be hurt, or he might be faking, your heart is filled with angst-ridden guilt. How do you know what to do? That is the million dollar question. And, after 2 kids, I can say with 100%…

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The Inside Scoop to Halloween
10/19/2012

Click here for more Family Halloween Fun Spooky Scoop Compiled by Kiddie Academy

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Trick-or- Treating Just Got Educational
10/16/2012

Halloween is getting a bad rap—we've assumed it's all costumes and candy with a splash of historical reference. But we've just found a way to sneak a little education into trick-or-treating with counting candy! Who knew, right?!? Check out this math activity that your child can do post trick-or-treating. And we…

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Talking Politics...with Kids?
09/25/2012

It's an election year and talk of politics is everywhere. Though this subject can often be a sensitive one, it shouldn't be off limits with your children. There are many positive ways to talk about an election or politics with your kids that may help reinfoce the importance of respect. Check out…

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To Respectfully Disagree
09/25/2012

Confession time: I’m a pusher.  When the opportunity presents itself, I share my political views with my kids.  I am all for their independent thinking and building their own opinions and values of the world.  But something in me cannot just leave it up to chance.  What if Chelsea Clinton…

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Battling Stress
09/07/2012

As a first time parent—side note, at what point I stop referring to myself as that I’m not clear, but I digress—I am constantly questioning, analyzing and evaluating my actions and my daughter’s behavior in some attempt to demystify this thing called parenting. Working for an educational childcare company is…

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